New Federal Website Offers Net Cost of Higher Education

February 25, 2013 at 3:49 pm

A new federal website is designed to help families do their homework before choosing a college or university. The College Scorecard includes information about enrollment, graduation rates and the total cost. Darryl Greer, Senior Fellow at the Hughes Center for Public Policy at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey calls the website a useful tool, not a panacea.

“Families have to be careful looking at the Scorecard because it’s the net price, meaning the total cost of going to college …. subtracting grants,” said Greer.

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